Inspiring women lawyers

The Oxford Centre for Socio-Legal Studies has launched a research project on inspiring women lawyers.

Fill in this five-minute survey before 31 May and nominate an inspiring yet little-known woman lawyer or group of women lawyers in England or Wales who deserve to be celebrated.

They are particularly interested in finding out about the life experiences of a diversity of women lawyers, particularly from working-class backgrounds; those who came to England and Wales as migrants or refugees; women of Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) heritage; from lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer groups (LGBTQ+); and women with disabilities. They want to learn about women lawyers who work across all areas of law and in any legal capacity. 

Fill in the survey to nominate an inspiring woman

Help track legal sector inclusion and career progression

The Interlaw Diversity Forum is currently developing a report on inclusion, diversity and culture in the legal sector, particularly in relation to career progression. If you have 15 minutes to spare, please support this work by completing a short online survey on your own experiences and thoughts in this area.

This survey data will be used to publish their updated Career Progression Report in Autumn 2020.

Complete the survey here.